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Philadelphia: Largest city in Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, known colloquially as Philly, is the largest city in the U.S. state and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the sixth-most populous U.S. city with a 2018 census-estimated population of 1,584,138. Since 1854, the city has had the same geographic boundaries as Philadelphia County, the most populous county in Pennsylvania and the urban core of the eighth-largest U.S. metropolitan statistical area, with over 6 million residents as of 2017. Philadelphia is also the economic and cultural anchor of the greater Delaware Valley, located along the lower Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers, within the Northeast megalopolis. The Delaware Valley's population of 7.2 million ranks it as the eighth-largest combined statistical area in the United States.


U.S. judge likely to approve Philadelphia refiner's bankruptcy plan

A federal judge on Wednesday said he was prepared to approve Philadelphia Energy Solutions' bankruptcy plan, including a $252 million sale of the oldest and largest East Coast oil refinery to..
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Philadelphia Auto Show 2020: 1,750-horsepower SSC Tuatara makes its first public debut

Philadelphia's 2020 Auto Show is running from Feb. 8-17. Over 700 vehicles from carmakers like Porsche, Ford and Rolls-Royce are on public display.
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Videos for Philadelphia

U.S. Drinking Water Widely Contaminated With 'Forever Chemicals" [Video]U.S. Drinking Water Widely Contaminated With 'Forever Chemicals"

The contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made “forever chemicals” is far worse. Well, it is worse than previously estimated, reports Huffington Post. Some of the highest levels are being..

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Tap water widely contaminated across U.S. -report [Video]Tap water widely contaminated across U.S. -report

The contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made "forever chemicals" is far worse than previously estimated with some of the highest levels found in Miami, Philadelphia and New Orleans, according..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:18Published

U.S. Drinking Water Contaminated With Dangerous Chemicals [Video]U.S. Drinking Water Contaminated With Dangerous Chemicals

The contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made “forever chemicals” is far worse than previously estimated. The highest levels of contamination have been found in Miami, Philadelphia and New..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:38Published

Women's March protesters pledge to oust Trump [Video]Women's March protesters pledge to oust Trump

Thousands of demonstrators gathered for the Women's March on Washington around the U.S., vowing to get President Donald Trump voted out of office in 2020. Roger Fortuna has more.

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:22Published

Women's March protestors pledge to oust Trump [Video]Women's March protestors pledge to oust Trump

Thousands of demonstrators gathered for the Women's March on Washington around the U.S., vowing to get President Donald Trump voted out of office in 2020. Roger Fortuna has more.

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:22Published


Trump's State of the Union school choice scholarship will be paid by Betsy DeVos. One Philadelphia girl will benefit.

Trump made a splash offering a school choice scholarship to a Philadelphia girl during his State of the Union speech. DeVos is the one paying for it.
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Long lines precede a Bloomberg rally in Philadelphia.

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Never-before-seen photos of Kobe Bryant in high school before he became Lakers legend

Former USA TODAY photographer Eileen Blass took these negatives of then-high schooler Kobe Bryant in 1995 at Lower Merion near Philadelphia.
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Allen Iverson has backpack with $500K in jewelry stolen at Philadelphia hotel

A backpack containing more than $500,000 worth of jewelry that belonged to Allen Iverson was stolen Monday from a hotel in Philadelphia.
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A Lasting Friendship: Kobe Bryant and His High School English Teacher

He was an N.B.A. star, his face known around the world. But when he returned to Lower Merion High School outside Philadelphia, he still called her Mrs. Mastriano.
NYTimes.com - Published

Fans mourn Kobe Bryant at his alma mater, Lower Merion High School near Philly: 'Aces Nation has lost its heartbeat'

Lower Merion High School, Kobe Bryant's alma mater outside Philadelphia, named its gym after Bryant, and he remained supporter of basketball teams.
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Philadelphia Mayor Warns Mummers to End Blackface or Risk Parade

Mayor Jim Kenney told leaders of the Mummers that their centuries-old tradition could lose the city’s support if they did not better police participants.
NYTimes.com - Published

Toxic 'forever chemicals' found in drinking water throughout US

The report found that 20 cities and regions nationwide — including Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Miami and Louisville — contained high PFAS levels.
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Pope names Latino to replace conservative as Philadelphia archbishop

Nelson Perez, the Latino Roman Catholic bishop of Cleveland who has criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policy, was named on Thursday by Pope Francis to replace an outspoken..
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Pope appoints Latino as new archbishop of Philadelphia

Pope Francis on Thursday appointed Nelson Perez, the current Roman Catholic bishop of Cleveland, Ohio, to be the new archbishop of Philadelphia, the latest Latino to head a major U.S. archdiocese.
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U.S. drinking water widely contaminated with 'forever chemicals': environment watchdog

The contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made "forever chemicals" is far worse than previously estimated with some of the highest levels found in Miami, Philadelphia and New Orleans, said a..
Reuters - Published

$8 Billion Verdict in Drug Lawsuit Is Reduced to $6.8 Million

A Philadelphia judge lowered the damages in a case that claimed Johnson & Johnson played down the risks of an antipsychotic drug.
NYTimes.com - Published

Philadelphia Mayor: Museum Should ‘Strengthen’ Sexual Harassment Policy

The mayor’s remarks come after a former Philadelphia Art Museum boss was forced to resign from his Erie Art Museum post following a New York Times report.
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Second U.S. Baby to Be Born From a Dead Donor’s Uterus Is Delivered

Researchers at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia said the procedure could pave a new path to parenthood for women with uterine factor infertility.
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Sixers bounce Bucks with barrage of three-pointers, grab big Christmas win

Philadelphia torched Milwaukee's defense with 21 three-pointers – the team's season-high – as the Sixers slammed the Bucks 121-109 on Christmas Day.
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Philadelphia woman fatally stabbed in front of children on Christmas Day, police say

Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small said that the victim and the suspect are or were once married. Her son was also injured.
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Philadelphia gunfight ends with FedEx driver killing a man during 'robbery' attempt, police say

A FedEx driver in Philadelphia shot and killed a man during an attempted robbery on Tuesday night, police say.
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Sylvester Stallone surprises high school students at his famous 'Rocky' statue in Philadelphia

High school students were taking picture of the famous "Rocky" statue in Philadelphia when SylvesterStallone himself showed up.
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Trump departs for US Army-Navy football game

President Donald Trump left Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Saturday on his way to attend the annual Army-Navy football game. Trump was headed to Philadelphia to attend the game between the two..
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Deadly winter storm slams the East Coast with snow, ice and rain

A dangerous nor'easter is delivering a blast of snow, ice and rain, creating chaos on the roads from Philadelphia to New York City and across New England. The storm has killed at least seven people...
CBS News - Published

Camden-Pleasantville football game, halted by shooting in stands, will conclude at Lincoln Financial Field

Camden-Pleasantville playoff football game halted by a shooting that injured three Friday will be resumed at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field.
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Vigil held for 2-year-old shot and killed in Philadelphia

A gunman who shot and killed a 2-year-old girl in Philadelphia Sunday is still on the loose. It comes less than 24 hours after another child was shot and critically wounded in the same city. Mola..
CBS News - Published

Shooting of 10-year-old boy the latest sign of Philadelphia's surge in violent crime

The shooting of a 10-year-old boy walking home from school underscores the scourge of gun violence in Philly, which has seen an increase in homicides.
USATODAY.com - Published

In Trump's shadow, Republican suburban slide shows little sign of slowing

The last time Democrats controlled the government in Delaware County, a suburb of Philadelphia, the U.S. Civil War had just ended.
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AP Top Stories November 3 P

Here are the top stories for Sunday, Novmber 3rd: Attorney for Trump whistleblower says client will take questions from Republicans; Hong Kong politician injured; Jimmy Carter gives bible lesson;..
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Water gushes from Philadelphia skyscraper

A large stream of water gushed from the side of a Philadelphia skyscraper over the weekend, soaking the sidewalk below, and the reason wasn't immediately clear. (Nov. 3)
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244-Year-Old Rifle Stolen Decades Ago Is Returned to Museum

The Johann Christian Oerter rifle, taken from Valley Forge State Park in 1971, will go on display at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.
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Starbucks accused of unfairly punishing white employees

Regional Starbucks manager fired after the high-profile arrests of two black men at one of the coffee shops in Philadelphia has filed a wrongful termination suit
CBS News - Published

"Radical hospitality" towards Philadelphia's homeless

In Philadelphia, the "City of Brotherly Love," a new restaurant called Rooster Soup opened earlier this year, and it has a lot to crow about already. It's been named one of America's "Top Ten New..
CBS News - Published

The O'Jays: The "Love Train" continues

For decades The O'Jays have been spreading their gospel of love, melding romantic ballads with R&B and a smooth Philly groove. CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod talked with Eddie Levert, Walter..
CBS News - Published

Grave gardening

At The Woodlands, a mid-19th century cemetery that is a 54-acre oasis in Philadelphia, graves were designed to be planters. Today, volunteers cultivate a sense of history by tending to Victorian..
CBS News - Published

Adorable twin girls dress up as a claw machine for Halloween

A Philadelphia mom made her 3-year-old twin girls an epic Halloween costume.
USATODAY.com - Published

Police inspector indicted for assaulting 3 female officers

Philadelphia District Attorney's office accused Holmes of coming onto female recruits he was mentoring and, in at least three cases, allegedly sexually assaulted them
CBS News - Published

Philadelphia's Franklin Institute tests survival skills with 'Worst-Case Scenario' exhibit

Think you can survive a shark attack or an epidemic? Philadelphia's Franklin Institute tests you at "Worst-Case Scenario Survival Experience."
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Toddler shot dead, baby wounded in Philadelphia shootings

"No child should be murdered in their living room," acting Philadelphia Police Commissioner Christine Coulter said
CBS News - Published

Toddler killed in Philadelphia weekend shootings

A 2-year-old girl was fatally struck by a bullet in her Philadelphia home Sunday when a gunman opened fire through the door, police say. Her mother and a home contractor were also shot and wounded...
CBS News - Published

Flames tear apart Philadelphia auto body shop

A three-alarm fire tore through a Philadelphia auto body shop Monday morning, sending thick smoke and large flames into the air, causing bricks to fall to the sidewalk below and forcing students from..
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2-year-old girl fatally shot in Philadelphia day after 11-month-old shot multiple times

A two-year-old girl died in a shooting at a North Philadelphia home on Sunday, a day after an 11-month-old baby was shot inside a car, police said.
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11-month-old shot multiple times in Philadelphia, in critical condition; police group offers $5K reward

An 11-month-old baby was shot four times Saturday while inside a moving car in Philadelphia, police said. He is hospitalized in critical condition.  
USATODAY.com - Published

The backlash against going cashless

A first-of-its-kind law went into effect in Philadelphia this month, mandating that all businesses accept physical dollar bills or coins in exchange for goods and services. Overall, the percentage of..
CBS News - Published

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